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UCI scientists measure local vibrational modes at individual crystalline faults

Breakthrough research made possible by advanced microscopic techniques

Ensuring college access for first-gen students

Regent and UCI alumnus Eloy Ortiz Oakley discusses his first-gen journey

he TinyArray imager

UCI develops low-cost, accurate COVID-19 antibody detection platform

Portable imager could massively increase testing across nation by end of 2020

Shohreh Bozorgmehri, director of student and academic services in UCI’s Office of Information Technology

Group is established to connect, inspire and empower UCI women in technology

Organization will strengthen community and focus on diversity, equality and inclusion

UCI researchers launch first-of-its-kind coronavirus statistics portal

Site provides comparisons between Orange County, other jurisdictions

UCI to lead $10 million NSF-funded center on protecting personal data privacy

Researchers will address technical, social and policy challenges of networked world

UCI scientists engineer human cells with squid-like transparency

Bioinspired research project a first step toward intrinsically translucent tissue

Dr. Sahar Osman, a neurocritical care fellow in UCI Medical Center’s neurological ICU. “With the coronavirus pandemic, everybody’s going through a universal trauma of sorts.”

Making a critical connection

Dr. Sahar Osman uses video calls to keep families in contact with hospitalized loved ones during COVID-19 lockdown

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UCI Podcast Video Series: TrackCOVID smartphone app

In this episode of the UCI Podcast Video Series, Tyler Yasaka, a software engineer and junior specialist in otolaryngology at the UCI School of Medicine, and Dr. Ronald Sahyouni, a biomedical engineer in UCI’s joint M.D./Ph.D. Medical Scientist Training Program and an incoming neurosurgery resident at UC San Diego, discuss how and why they created […]

UCI team develops smartphone application for coronavirus contact tracing

Technology anonymously notifies users of potential exposure to COVID-19